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The Army's decision to look for an alternative route for the Dakota Access Pipeline comes with less than two months left in the current administration.

Kevin Cramer, a North Dakota congressman who's considered a possible energy secretary, discusses how President-elect Donald Trump might address questions over the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The only catch is that it can't be more than 20 feet tall.

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi claims he'll resign after this weekend's defeat of his constitutional reform intended to streamline government. Also, Austria elected a leftist president.

After President-elect Trump convinced Carrier to keep some 1,000 jobs in Indiana, what else can we expect? Jonah Goldberg of the National Review weighs in with Pittsburgh-based journalist Salena Zito.

President-elect Donald Trump has already picked two former generals, Michael Flynn and James Mattis, for top positions and is considering at least one more, David Petraeus.

It's a regular event for TV critics to gather in Los Angeles for press conferences with networks and cable companies. But this year, top executives won't hold question and answer sessions.

The French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo now has a special German edition. The publication's editor explains how it plans to cover controversial topics, such as nationalist movements in Europe.

Officials in Oakland continue their grim search for victims of a fire that swept through a warehouse used as a communal artists' residence. The death toll is 33, making it the city's deadliest fire.

After months of protests against a controversial pipeline, the Army Corps of Engineers says it will look for an alternative route for the final section of the project in North Dakota.

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